Ten Mistakes that are Made in the Lemon Law Hearing

1. Failure to show a common problem  John drives with a hard foot, Jane does not know how a high-performance car works.  Showing significant problems with the make and model can help rebut the blame the consumer defense. 2. The more problems the better.  Some consumers may believe that adding problems improves the case, but it can create a perception of a sensitive consumer.  Rarely  can systemic problems be shown on multiple components and its better to prove one claim than vaguely allege three. 3. Not calling an expert. 4….

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